As One is a dark and ridiculous comedy about tribal belonging, brought to you by the company that presented Deluge in the 2016 Adelaide Festival of Arts.
Two budding astronauts are picked by popular choice to make the much-hyped one-way trip to Mars to establish Earth’s first interplanetary colony. Sara and Mark are both certain in their belief they are ready and able to make the journey despite knowing they will never go home or see their families again.
A provocative new festival piece, a premiere Australian work, re-imagined international and Australian classics and a post-modern masterpiece that rocks the very foundations of theatre itself are just some of the highlights making up State Theatre Company South Australia’s 2020 season, the first program from its new artistic director Mitchell Butel.
Set in the latter part of 1965 into 1966 Jasper Jones is filled with the adventures of 13 year old Charlie Bucktin after he is visited in the night by Jasper Jones who is the catalyst for Charlie's journey into adulthood through misadventure after misadventure.
Four men, four beds, four lockers, they all gaze at you as you enter their space, unflinching, unapologetic. It is a space of confrontation, examination and the cold hard reality of an army training
Taking place in the penthouse suite of a premier Vale hotel, the New Year celebrations of the Vale family are interrupted by the arrival of an uninvited guest, forcing long buried secrets to the surface.
Patch Theatre Company's latest production is a show for children 4-8 years old, Inspired by three books by Stephen Michael King, including 'Emily Loves to Bounce'.
Patch Theatre Company is about to mount a Family Season of its hit, 'Emily Loves To Bounce'. Glam's Arts Editor, Brian Godfrey chats to Patch's Artistic Director, Naomi Edwards.
When a teenager dies, the impact on friends and family can be traumatic. An emotional cocktail of anger, guilt, loss, love and resentment that they haven’t worked out how to begin processing.
Deluge provides a snapshot of some of the most controversial and relevant discussion topics of our time, through five plays running simultaneously.
Patrick White is largely hailed as one of the most important writers of the 20th Century and is certainly one of the most significant writers from Australia.
Chris Drummond, Kris McQuade and Paul Blackwell reunite to present a theatrical adaption of a story by Patrick White.
This October Brink Productions presents the world premiere of 'The Aspirations of Daise Morrow' - a new work based on a short story by Australian writer Patrick White.
In 2016, State Theatre Company will play on stages across South Australia, around the country and, for the first time ever, in London.
State Theatre Company’s Resident Director Nescha Jelk directs Emily Steel’s brand new adaptation of Ben Jonson’s outstanding and outrageous comedy, starring paul Blackwell.
An award winning script that presents a highly engaging and occasionally very funny story, brave enough not to shy away from some very heavy subject matters.
State Theatre SA has launched its 2015 program of plays which aim to provoke, inspire and delight with a celebration of modern & classic shows & big names.
An examination of love, friendship, trust, letting go and how well we really know ourselves and others, told through the eyes of the inhabitants of Mary Street.